Programming may seem difficult, but in our Computer Programming Camp, we make it simple and fun. Campers are introduced to the essential building blocks behind object-oriented programming by creating fun, interactive stories, art and games.
Why Learn to Program (aka Code)
What Will Kids Learn
Kids will learn computer programming using Scratch software technology.
During camp, students will think creatively while learning programming basics. By the end of the course, these budding programmers will be able to put their imagination into the form of a computer program. Campers will also be able to take home a copy of their own programs on a complimentary USB drive.
Our knowledgeable instructors combine strong curriculum, and fun and empowering teaching methods, to lead students through the full process of creating a computer program from beginning to end. Whether your child is into computers or art, Computer Programming camp is ideal for imaginative students wanting to learn the basics of programming.
This class is a great introduction into basic computer programming. Students will receive a USB flash drive with their programs they create in camp. Campers can take them home each night during camp to show the work they’re accomplishing each day, and keep it after camp is over.
Who Can Attend
Made specifically for kids ages 9-13, Computer Programming camp is a great introduction into coding and logic-based thinking. No previous programming experience is needed.
Camps are available through the following Ohio metropolitan cities. Click the city name for dates.
- Cincinnati - Anderson, Camp Dennison, Fairfield, Loveland, Madeira, Mason, Montgomery, Springfield Twp
- Columbus - Dublin, Hilliard, New Albany, Pickerington, Powell, Westerville
- Cleveland / Akron - Beachwood, Brecksville, Brunswick, Fairlawn, Green, Medina, Middleburg Hts, Solon, Westlake
Mission to Mars Camp Adventure
Starting this summer 2013, our technology camps are themed adventures. This means our entire curriculum has been revitalized around a kid-friendly central topic. For summer 2013, our adventure is Mission to Mars!
Since we just landed on Mars, summer 2013 is appropriate that we focus on Space Exploration, and what better way than with a Mission to Mars! Video games will have planets, space ships, and aliens. LEGO robots will include land rovers that retrieve rocks from the Mars surface. Stop-motion movies will highlight past accomplishments like landing on the moon.